CSL4050: Data Visualization (Spring 2024)

The course of Data Visualization is a core course to B. Tech AI students at 4000 level. The course will introduce different data visualization principles and different types of data visualization. The course also complemented with mandatory laboratory work.

Dec 25, 2023

CSL7390: Social Network Analysis (Spring 2024)

The course of social network analysis is an Elective course at 700 level offered for M. Tech, Ph.D. and Final Year B. Tech students. The course will introduce the domain of social network analysis and research problems therein. A student will understand the mathematical foundations required for addressing the problems related to social network analysis. Working with the data, algorithms and writing codes are inherent to the course syllabus. Python will be used for the programming language.

Dec 24, 2023

CSL7920: Distributed Algorithms (Autumn 2023)

The course of Distributed Algorithms is an Elective course at 7000 level offered for M. Tech and B. Tech students. The course will introduce the concepts of distributed algorithms for real world problems. On completion of the course a student will be able to understand the most important basic results in the area of distributed algorithms, and interested students may begin independent research or take a more advanced course in distributed algorithms. The student will also able to implement distributed algorithms and understand & identify applications of distributed algorithms in real-world systems.

Jul 24, 2023

CSL4050: Data Visualization (Winter 2023)

The course of Data Visualization is a core course to B. Tech AI students at 4000 level. The course will introduce different data visualization principles and different types of data visualization. The course also complemented with mandatory laboratory work.

Dec 29, 2022

CSL7390: Social Network Analysis

The course of social network analysis is an Elective course at 700 level offered for M. Tech, Ph.D. and Final Year B. Tech students. The course will introduce the domain of social network analysis and research problems therein. A student will understand the mathematical foundations required for addressing the problems related to social network analysis. Working with the data, algorithms and writing codes are inherent to the course syllabus. Python will be used for the programming language. In Autumn 2022, the course is co-offered alongside CSL4040: Social Networks

Jul 24, 2022

CSL4040: Social Networks

The course of social networks is an Elective course at 400 level offered for B. Tech students. The course will introduce the domain of social network analysis and research problems therein. A student will understand the mathematical foundations required for addressing the problems related to social network analysis. Working with the data, algorithms and writing codes are inherent to the course syllabus. Python will be used for the programming language. In Autumn 2022, the course is co-offered alongside CSL7390: Social Network Analysis

Jul 24, 2022

CSL7630: Algorithms for Big Data

Objective of this course is to learn algorithmic techniques developed for handling large amount of data and emphasize on both theoretical as well as practical aspect of it.

May 1, 2022

CSL7630: Algorithms for Big Data

Objective of this course is to learn algorithmic techniques developed for handling large amount of data and emphasize on both theoretical as well as practical aspect of it.

Jan 4, 2022

CSL2060: Software Engineering

The course of Software Engineering is a core course for B.Tech CSE program. It is a 2000 level course for 2nd year UG. The course will introduce formal methods of software engineering. It will also introduce the modern software engineering to the students.

Jan 3, 2022

CSL7390: Social Network Analysis

The course of social network analysis is an Elective course at 700 level offered for M. Tech, Ph.D. and Final Year B. Tech students. The course will introduce the domain of social network analysis and research problems therein. A student will understand the mathematical foundations required for addressing the problems related to social network analysis. Working with the data, algorithms and writing codes are inherent to the course syllabus. Python will be used for the programming language.

Jul 24, 2021